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Boat train   /boʊt treɪn/   Listen
Boat train

noun
1.
A train taking passengers to or from a port.






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"Boat train" Quotes from Famous Books



... pitching and tossing luggage (mostly the wrong luggage) with all the force of their arms, nobody heard or cared what she said. For once Monny Gilder was disregarded by a crowd of men. This could happen only at the departure of a boat train! But if I was not thinking about her, I was thinking about her fifteen trunks, and Cleopatra's sixteen and Biddy's and Miss Guest's two. The maids were worse than useless, and I had no valet. I have never had a valet. ...
— It Happened in Egypt • C. N. Williamson & A. M. Williamson

... "You are not so clever as I thought," she exclaimed. "Do you think that I am a murderess? I went straight to an hotel near Charing Cross—the Splendid—and caught the nine o'clock boat train to ...
— The Grell Mystery • Frank Froest



Words linked to "Boat train" :   railroad train, train



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